New Tesla Roadster Price Cheaper Than All its Competitors

New Tesla Roadster Price

On Thursday 16th Nov, 2017, the Chief Executive of electric car maker Tesla, revealed a stunning new roadster which the company claims will be the “quickest production car ever made”. And yes, that means the Tesla Roadster is even quickest in acceleration than the Bugatti Chiron. The roadster was revealed in a climatic way as the launch event for Tesla Semi was closing of.

New Tesla Roadster Price

The Tesla Roadster will be powered by a 200 kWh battery pack which will offer a range of up to 620 miles. It will be equipped with three electric motors; one powering the front wheels while two separate motors for the rear wheels. Moreover, it will be an all-wheel drive model with torque steering.

2018 Tesla Roadster

Official statistics reveal that the Tesla Roadster will be capable of accelerating from 0 to 60 mph in just 1.9 sec, whereas sprinting to 100 miles will take 4.2 seconds. Elon Musk did not confirm the exact top speed but mentioned it will definitely be over 250 mph. Comparing Roadster to the Bugatti Chiron, the latter does 0 to 60 mph in 2.4 seconds and tops the speed chart at 261 mph.

New Tesla Roadster

The new roadster may seem it has a small interior space, however it can carry four passengers easily. Nevertheless, Elon himself stated that it wouldn’t be a good idea to try and fit a big person at the back. The top glass roof can be removed and slide on to the trunk for an open-top experience.

Tesla Roadster

The starting price of the Tesla Roadster will be $200,000 which makes it the most expensive Tesla vehicle till date. However, if we compare it to other vehicles on its performance levels, the Tesla roadster is the cheapest electric sports car you can buy. For instance, the Porsche 918 Spyder costs over $1 million whereas the Bugatti Chiron is priced over $3 million.

Customers can reserve the Tesla Roadster for $50,000.

John Taylor is quite fond of his new car and he likes to write about technology and its latest offerings.